Education & Tech

Claudette Hutchinson

Chief Learning Officer, Andreaus Consulting
Speaker Stage: Main Stage (Celebration Hall)

Rethinking Learning

The bond between Ingenious and Black Learning Experiences
From Covid 19 to the George Floyd murder to the mass graves of 215 Indigenous Children, 2020 was a year of upheaval and trauma. In October 2020, Claudette was offered an opportunity of a lifetime and decided to leave conformity behind to forge a path to healing. Partnering with Black and Ingenious organizations, she has spent the last three years engineering learning experiences dedicated to creating culturally relevant training that incorporates the richness of our history and ways. During her session, she will explain why organizations must rethink how we approach learning for the Black and Ingenious Community and how using the power of technology and the rich history of storytelling, community, and connection can be even more transformative than the power of AI.

Dr. Joel Freeman, Ph. D

Co-Author, Black History 365 | BH365
Speaker Stage: Second (Virtual) Stage (The Hub)

Topic: BH365 | A Solution to the Education Gap

Description: Dr. Joel A. Freeman shows the process of taking an idea to the marketplace, utilizing the story behind the development of the K-12 Black History 365 curriculum. He discusses the use of a SWOT Analysis, defining distinctives, and a number other elements that help to illustrate a solutional approach to any business entity.


Panel of Conference Speakers
Speaker Stage: Main Stage (Celebration Hall)

Topic: Changing Business Environment, Trends and opportunities in the new digital area

Description: The Conference Panel delves into and engages in discussions regarding the implications for both businesses and society as a whole, in light of the swift advancements and integration of technology and AI. This encompasses an interactive Q&A session with the conference attendees.